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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 25, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                10A O HeraldZeljung O Friday July Snoozing in the park HeraldZeKung photo by Michael Darnall Jesse Flores puts his hat over his head and grabs a quick snooze Tuesday afternoon at Prince Solms Park The weekend weather should be perfect for spending time in the shade The National Weather Service is predicting sunny days for Saturday through Monday with a slight chance of showers or thunderstorms Lows will be in the 70s and highs will be In the mid to upper 90s Internet slowdowns Traffic jams on Web show signs of overgrazing Bv ELIZABETH WPIRP By ELIZABETH WEISE AP Cyberspace Writer SAN FRANCISCO AP The Internet gridlock that seems to come out of nowhere and disappears almost as quickly could be the result of our failure to learn what they tried to teach us back in kindergarten How to share Researchers have come up with an intriguing explanation for online congestion and have proposed whats likely to be an unpopular solution In an article in Fridays edition of the journal Science physicist Bernardo Huberman and his student Rajan Lukose see Internet congestion as an example of the classic sociological problem of the tragedy of the Given a finite communal resource individuals will seek to maximize their own gain If there is no outside force keeping them in line they will eventually destroy the resource for all It applies to sheep grazing and it works for Internet surfing as well Huberman said Because users cant see how their use of the finite pipelines that carry data online affects others they have no incentive to use less so that theres enough to go around To study the problem Huberman developed a statistical model of Internet usage at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center in California Rather than following a simple Bell curve with gradual increases and decreases Internet use they found is fairly steady most of the time but is randomly hit with sudden steep increases in traffic followed by a less steep The statistical model they created explains how this happens When enough people come online things begin to slow down At a certain point suddenly enough people are shipping around data that the pipelines start to fill up and everything comes to a near halt What Huberman finds even more fascinating is that the millions of individuals who are surfing the Net suddenly decide almost collectively when enough is enough and they all log off in the hope that things will be less congested when they come back While normal congestion online tends to follow the ebb and flow of the day dinner time on the East Coast means lots of people online and slow surfing these Net storms come at random times They generally happen during a peak usage period Do You Have Mild to Moderate Asthma If so we need qualified volunteers 12 years of age or older to participate in an asthma research study Participants will receive physician monitoring an EKG lab work chest xray and asthma medications at no cost Compensation up to for your time Children Studies Now Enrolling Metro6090900 Central Texas Health Research Looking Back By ROSEMARIE LEISSNER GREGORY Special to the HeraldZeitung 125 years ago 1872 Translators Carl and Ethel Saur Ferdinand J Lindheimer states that the past due subscription accounts are to be paid promptly as the books will close with publication of issue No 39 which ends the third quarter Publication of the Zeitung will probably be in other hands after that date The final financial report of the New Braunfels Aid Society for victims of the tornado of Sept 12 1869 shows was contributed in money and material and disbursed to local victims G Weber serves as chairman of the society and W Lips as secretary On the executive committee was J Rose Chr Lange and E Scherff Miss von Schenk may have to close her school for girls here for lack of public support 100 years ago 1897 Translator Lottie Nebergall Miller The following men were sworn in by the mayor to serve as police for the fire department Alfred Weidner Harry Penshorn Hermann Scholl George Eiband O Seekatz Jos Roth Gottl Hofer Walter Heidemann and Robert Ebensberger Wanted to Buy A strong trustworthy work horse 16 hands high and about six years old Contact John lacoby White Beer Weiss Bier from Ochs and Ashbacher is nourishing healthy and refreshing The forming of the Ulrich von Mutton ODHS Lodge will be celebrated Sunday July 31 at Ed Rohdes Hall beginning at three oclock Scheduled for the afternoon are the celebration speech and a concert which will be followed by a dance at night Admittance for men 25 cents ladies free Only lodge members and invited guests will be admitted 75 years ago Arlene Krueger Seales On July 4 Mr Walter Faust and Miss Vera Eikel were quietly married by Judge Roper and after a brief honeymoon are receiving the congratulations of their friends Both of the contracting parties were born in New Braunfels and are known throughout this section of the state The groom has long been an authority in financial circles is cashier of the First National Bank and has always been actively identified with the industrial growth of the town The bride is a gifted musician and has given freely of her time and talents on all occasions where they would assist in the success of any entertainment and her name on the program was a guarantee that the jubilee would enjoy something exceptionally good The entire citizenship extends its best wishes and may their new life be a long and happy one A delightful surprise party was given to Charley Fischer on July 9th by a number of his friends the occasion being his birth anniversary A number of games furnished amusement and refreshments of sandwiches assorted cakes ice cream and water melon were served Those present were Misses Elsie Waldschmidt Melitta Schwab Alma Penshorn Alice McGhee Adeline Beekman Katie Weidner Bessie Nowotny Ida Stratemann Messrs Roland Henrry Calon Bretzske Arlon Moeller William Kessler Arthur Lipke Herbert Barth Charley Fischer Lawrence Sands Adolf and Ottomann Stratemann Mr and Mrs Freddie Mrs Alfred Stratemann Fischer Mrs Young and son and daughter Miss Leonie During the month of May our county nurse weighed and measured 170 children 79 of these were found to be 10 percent underweight In 21 cases former defects had been corrected She has a number of pamphlets on hand dealing with the care and nutrition of undernourished children which she gladly hands free of charge to the parents of such children and on other subjects and diseases she can easily obtain helpful literature Kid Moeller is making rapid progress on the big storm sewer on Church Street and on Monday started on the last block of it This improvement should take care of that big drainage territory with ease and will remove one trouble citizens have had to contend with for a number of years and on which they have spent much time and money without any relief to speak of 50 years ago Betty PfeutTer Triesch Dr Lloyd 1 Ross prominent San Antonio physician and surgeon was indicted by the recalled Comal County Grand Jury in its report at Wednesday morning on four charges of murder and one charge of assault with intent to murder and trial on the charges was immediately set by District Judge J R Fuchs for 9 July 28 Sheriff Scholl was ordered to summon a special venue for the case A FAMILIAR CORNER TO NEW BRAUNFELSERS for three quarters of a century home of The Big Store on the Plaza gets its free lifted Razed by fire in what practically amounted to a complete loss of building merchandise and fixtures last March 3 owners began to lay plans to carry on even while the flames yet smouldered The Big Corner cleared of its mess of debris and being gradually readied for complete rebuilding as soon as the building situation permits bigger and better than owners say In the meantime they carry on with reduced space and facilities and plan additions even to these until the big new store can be erected Herman Blank prominent Comal County farmer and ranchman was a featured speaker last week before the workshop class of the Texas State Teachers College at San Marcos Blank spoke on Organization and Cooperation of a District Soil Conservation Program in Blank is chairman of the County Soil Conservation District and has been active in various other fanner groups He is a member of the AAA County Committee and FSA County Committee and a director of the Producers Coop here His own farrr is said to be an outstanding mode farm in soil conservation Seven sealed bids on the rebuiidin of Essers Bridge on the Guadalupe River near Spring Branch were opened last Saturday in a special meeting of the County Commissioners Court and the bid of the Austin Bridge Company of Dallas was accepted by the Court at a base bid of announced Judge Clarence Rice Monday morning The work order is to be issued within 10 days following July 5th and working time set for the job is 90 days from the date of the work order Complete renovation of the bridge including redecking installation of new stringers repainting and paving is planned New 12pound creosotetreated timber and steel railing instead of w6oden will be used 25 years ago 1972 Myra Lee Adams Goff The city has received a municipal sales tax check for for the first quarter of 1972 The amount is more than more than for the same period one year before when was received The amount of money going into the city treasury for the first quarter has increased each year since the tax was started in 1968 The other three quarters also have shown an increase from year to year with the largest check usually received for the fourth quarter which includes the holiday season shopping American Legion Post 179 Band under direction of Joseph Don Saril won its 18th consecutive state championship Friday at the 54th annual American Legion Convention in Houston This years participation was dedicated in memory of the late Carl O Richter a charter member of the band and Mrs Walton Vernie Hoffmann an ardent band supporter killed in an auto accident in October A construction superintendent was crushed to death in the Comal River at Landa Estates when heavy equipment toppled over on top of him Monday morning Charles C Mills 55 of 635 F Torrey was driving a frontend loader across a causeway improvised for repair work at the island of Landa Estates when a wheel slipped of the road bed The machine loaded with a section of concrete sewer pipe flipped over landing on top of Mills in deep water crushing his chest Mills was employed by Yantis Construction Co which is repairing the city sewer line across the Comal at the Booneville Street end of the island He was declared dead at the scene by Justice tfre Peace Ben Shefman A thief apparently was frightened off by a cleaning man in the early morning hours of July 18 as he was in the process of stealing in building goods from Wickes Lumber Co on FM 483 Provided by the Sophienburg Museum and Archives 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